Trying to Get Pregnant? BaZi says NO. Are there any Feng Shui cures?
Thursday, 14 August 2008
Trying to conceive is supposed to be a natural process that is easy, at least, that is what other people would think.
Yet, if you have been trying to conceive for many months or even years,
you may realize that having children does not come easily for everyone.
In fact, each month, a woman has only a 20-30% chance of conceiving.
Most women will conceive within a year of trying but a small percentage of women will still not conceive even after a year of diligently trying.
If you have been trying to conceive for not matter any length of time you have probably been given advice from well-meaning or not-so-well-meaning relatives and friends. You were told something like “I knew this couple that tried for many years to get pregnant and as soon as they stopped trying, they got pregnant”. Or another common statement you might here is a story about someone who finally decided to adopt and then they turned up pregnant.
Even some superstitious grand-parents would said, this is fate and nothing much can be done.
What about the stories of couples adopting and later becoming pregnant?In term of FengShui and BaZi, this is simply not true. Although, it is not completely unheard of for a woman to get pregnant after adopting. The percentage of women getting pregnant after adopting is around 5 percent and this might just be the luck of the mother-to-be.
Fate. Is there any truth to this?There is no question, this issue can put heavy strain on any relationship. For a couple trying to conceive, the journey often starts out with enthusiasm and optimism. After several cycles of trying, this optimism may soon lead to despair and frustration. There has been much debate about the impact of BaZi (to be more precise Heaven Luck) on this.
Now take a real case of a lady trying to concieve.
She was born on the 13/09/1965 at 3:30am in the morning. She being married since 1994 and since then she has being trying hard to get concieve.
Figure 1. Lady Bazi chart. No sign of children stars.
From her BaZi chart, we cannot find a single children star not even a weak one. Therefore, getting pregnant will mainly depend on the ten years luck "Ta Yun". If the children star appear to be in any particular year and is strong, the chances is high.
During the 10 years from 1994 to 2003, it happened to have "Food God" at the decade branch but setting on top is her "Indirect Resource". Earth suppress Water, above repress below, and "Food Good" is exhausted. No luck in getting pregnant during these 10 years.
How about the next 10 years? Any luck? The next ten years is still the same. No better luck. And sad to say the same in the future.
As I mentioned erlier to be more precise this is purely Heaven Luck. You still have the man luck (Three trinity : Heaven, Earth, Man). You still can try modern day man medical technology.
Are there special FengShui cures to help me get pregnant?This is not an easy question to answer. Feng Shui can be very powerful in removing the energy blockages in your home, strengthening your own energy and balancing the energy of the bedroom, so in this respect, yes, there are many things you can do to balance and strengthen the flow of energy in your living space.
More specifically, there are some feng shui items, or decor elements that are defined as cures for pregnancy, such as displaying pomegranate fruits, elephants with their trunks down, pictures of babies, etc. However, I would like to emphasis this is not traditional feng shui. These items might make you feel good and mighty maybe, but again these are decor items and not fengshui arrangement. In FengShui we emphasis FengShui arrangements.
Our parents always said that by allowing several little children to jump on the couple's bed, will energizing it and inviting the needed energy. Especially at the couple's wedding day.
It might be a good idea for you to find a feng shui consultant in your area and see if you can have a professional inspect your house, there might be very weak areas that need attention and this can be revealed only during a feng shui analysis. Here is the link where you can use 8 Mansions theory to help. Click here
For any couples that are trying for children, avoid kitchen's door facing directly any toilet's door.
Be mindful about not having a heavy light fixture, or a ceiling fan over your bed. I see this configuration in many bedrooms, often with the blades of the ceiling fan "cutting through" the energy of the abdominal area of both partners. This is certainly a configuration to be avoided.
Ancient feng shui masters were suggesting not to move the bed of a couple that wants to conceive a baby.
As with everything, there is always a combination of factors that lead to a certain outcome. It is certainly wise to do all that is within your control to improve the energy of your space and attract the "fertility chi."
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